|Dana Hollaway (#46478832)|
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I enjoy the search and the discovery of genealogy. Finding records and graves connects us to the past.|
I feel it is important to document and photograph cemeteries and headstones and share so others can connect to ancestors. It also preserves the information in case of vandalism or natural disasters.
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|Marianna Kerns Morgan||RE: Your Correction Suggestion: Richard Faris|
You are more than welcome!
|Janell Nickols ||RE: J. Reynolds Quesenbury|
The relationship is rather complex. Charnelcie (Nelcie) Alston, who married Albert Quesenbury is my second cousin 1X removed of the husband of my great grand aunt!!!
My aunt's name was Charneclie Wheat nee Robbins. There was a family legend about the name, so I began researching it. Consequently, I have found at least 9 Charnelcies in the family, as well as others who otherwise knew the family and named their daughter Charnelcie. It is spelled a few different ways.
I have not yet been able to find how the name came to be. The family story that it came from an Indian in Arizona and meant "no name" has not panned out, as the name goes back as far as 1821 with Charnelcie Bettis. The Bettis family, along with an unknown Alston (Charnelcie Alston's father) went from North Carolina to Wayne Country MO. Then some went on to Franklin County, Arkansas.
There is another Charnelcie Alston in Franklin - most likely a former slave of the Alston family. She married Martin Oliver. I am researching them as well, which has been extremely interesting!!
My family tree is "Osborne Family Tree."
I would love to hear more information if you have it - pictures would be wonderful!!!
|Janell Nickols ||J. Reynolds Quesenbury|
May I please have your permission to post the photo of J. Reynolds Quesenbury on my Ancestry page? I will, of course, give you credit. Thanks for all you do for Find-A-Grave!
|Tricia Brown Westbrooks||RE: Beneux's in New Cemetery|
Thanks for your help Dana! Have a great holiday season!
|Judy Harvey||Info i left for you|
If you want to put it up is fine with me!
|Judy Harvey||Ann Wagner in New cemetery in Mulberry,AR|
1860 Plesant Hill,Mulberry Twp.,Franklin county,AR
Ann Quesenbury was the daughter of Richard Quesenbury born in Tn and Eliza Jane Maxey born in KY
Children were Albert age 12,Sanford age 10 & Ann age 8
|Judy Harvey||Worth,Ann ,Ruth& Horace Wagner|
1900 Mulberry Twp.,Franklin county,AR census
Worth was born Nov. 1854 in AR Father b- TN Mother b-AL
Ann was born Oct. 1852 in AR father b-TN Mother b-KY
Ruth born Dec. 1887 in AR
also Horace is the son of Worth and Ann